Electric Brae by Andrew Greig
A Modern Romance

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First published in 1992 and now reissued in paperback, a novel set in Scotland which deals with passionate love, obsession, loyalty and betrayal.
 

About Andrew Greig

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Andrew Greig is the author of the poetry collections Getting Higher, Men on Ice, Surviving Passages, and White Boats and the novels In Another Light, which won the Saltire Society Prize; Electric Brae, which was short-listed for the MacVitie's Prize and received a Scottish Arts Council Award, and The Return of John MacNab, which topped the Scottish bestseller list in 1996 and was short-listed for the Romantic Novelists' Association Award. He is also the author of Summit Fever, about his expedition in the Himalayas.
 
Published August 1, 1993 by Canongate Pub Ltd. 304 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Although it gets off to a slow start, Scottish poet Greig's first novel will strike a chord with baby-boomers as it explores tangled, often tortured relationships against the backdrop of the death of idealism in the 1980s.

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